On the TWENTIETH day of Christmas The Spice Trader gave to me


GARAM MASALA is a common east Indian blend of spices. Translated from Hindi, it means hot spices. It is called for in many traditional east Indian dishes and, like most Indian blends, it will vary from household to household so each GARAM MASALA you taste will be unique. Our GARAM MASALA is a very warm, pungent blend.

Here is a recipe for apple, chili, garam masala chutney.


6 apples

2 Tbsp Garam Masala

½ cup butter

1 tsp of pasilla chili



Peel and chop the apples into bit sized pieces.

Add the garam masala and mix together. 

Place the apples in a sauce pan on a very low heat. Add a little water so the peaches don't stick to the bottom. Add the chili.

Let the apples cook through. When they are done, take the sauce pan off the heat, and add butter, and blend everything together.

This is a delicious condiment for roast Turkey and other meats.


Other fruit can be added for a variation. Peachess and plums would work well.